The Resources Catalogue includes a growing number of Collections of publications, DVDs and other ‘rare’ materials organised by themes, artists or projects, which have been assembled or acquired by the Agency, or generously donated by artists and colleagues.
We are delighted to offer an online version of Documenting Live as part of LADA Collections to mark Black History Month 2020.
Initially published in 2008 as part of Restock Reflect Rethink on Race, Documenting Live was a unique publication and DVD resource reflecting the work of key UK based artists working in the 1990s and 2000s, and placing Live Art practices that are informed by questions of cultural identity within critical and historical frameworks.
The online version of Documenting Live contains David A Bailey’s mapping essay Performance-Based Art and the Racialised Body; the artist’s video commentaries and excerpts from key works, and documentation of the two round table discussions with two different generations of artists.View collection
A collection of digital documentation of performance works by Rocío Boliver, an artist whose practice is a sharp and focused critique of the many repressive ideologies that burden the lives of womxn. This collection contains 15 video works.View collection
For LADA’s 20th anniversary, Robert Daniels has created the special edition Tiny Live Art (Development Agency) – 20 works for 20 years: 20 miniature sculptures of iconic performance works, which were nominated by artists and curators.View Collection
A collection of digital and physical resources on the diverse range of artistic practices dedicated to the investigation of contemporary Southeast Asian live and performance art.View Collection
A full set of National Review of Live Art (Glasgow) brochures located in the Study Room.View Collection
A full set of ICA (London) Live Arts brochures 1992 – 1997.View Collection
Created in 2016, the collection contains over 250 materials which examine the intersection between performance and Human Rights.View Collection
Developed between 2007 and 2012, the collection comprises an extensive range of artists’ ‘talking heads’ films, and documentation of selected LADA projects and artists’ works.View Collection
A complete collection of British performance and Live Art magazines and journals including, Performance Research, Janus, High Performance, Maska, Frakcija and virus.View Collection
An interactive digital archive, produced for the Art of Change exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, locating current Chinese performance and installation practices within a broader context of artistic production and exhibition-making in China.View Collection
A complete collection of documentation of Bartlett’s innovative and influential performance work. The collection was produced in partnership with the British Library.View Collection
An extensive collection of DVD documentation of the influential Iranian born, American avant garde director’s work.View Collection
A comprehensive documentation of every episode of David Hoyle’s Magazine filmed live at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern from July to September 2007.View Collection
The Adrian Howells Collection is a series of DVD and digital files featuring video documentation and films by Adrian Howells, as well as a TV programme (Accidental Tourist, 2009) in which he appeared.View Collection
The complete collection of issues 1 to 8, of Primary Sources (1979 – 1981). Edited by Roger Ely, the magazine was one of the first to profile interdisciplinary performance practices and was the precursor of Performance Magazine.View Collection
A collection of ephemera and documentation relating to Lumiere & Son works created between 1976 and 1992.View Collection
A collaboration with the British Library in the form of a box set of 40 DVDs of documentation of all public events for Performing Idea and Trashing Performance which reflects upon the project’s various challenges and achievements, and its place within the fields of performance practice and research.View Collection
Banner image credit:
Rocio Boliver and Collaborators: Between Menopause and Old Age, Alternative Beauty, image by Alex Eisenberg.